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After a SIX year hiatus the Ground Floor Music Concert Series returns on December 7 with a reprise performance by John Huston portraying Charles Dickens, as he tells his classic yuletide tale, “A Christmas Carol” at St. James The Apostle Anglican Church in Guelph.

This is NOT a reading, nor a recitation, but a dramatic tour de force. In the guise of the famous Victorian author, professional stage actor Huston performs a dramatic retelling of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol exactly as the author himself used to do during his popular lecture tours. Between the story’s scenes, a small group of choristers will perform a half-dozen carols of the period.

If you have an interest in drama, literature or storytelling you really should see this show.

“Huston is a consummate storyteller… mesmerizing.” – Winnipeg Free Press

“A one man powerhouse performance.” – Globe and Mail

“His character voices are nuanced and colourful, his sense of the dramatic excellent.” – Ottawa Citizen

“Huston is a masterful narrator… an unusually fine performance.” – Robert Enright, CBC Radio

“Absolutely Fabulous… brings the work to life. Magnificent.” – Alvina Ruprecht, CBC Radio

A Christmas Carol… As Told By Charles Dickens
St. James The Apostle Anglican Church, 86 Glasgow St. N., Guelph, ON
Tuesday, December 7 at 8.00 p.m. (doors open at 7.30 p.m.)
Tickets: $20 at the door/$18 in advance from Ground Floor Music, 13 Quebec St., Guelph, ON, 519-827-1444 info@groundfloormusic.ca

Charlie Cares from Ground Floor Music will be our special guest on Royal City Rag on December 4 between 8-9 a.m.

Remember, if you don’t catch Royal City Rag live, you can always pick it up later that day via the CFRU archive or on this website a day or so later.

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